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I. Introduction 1
II. Revolution, Confederation, and the Constitution, 1776–90 24
III. Federalists and Republicans, 1790–1816 61
IV. The Era of Good Feeling and the Rise of the National Republican Party, 1817–28 100
V. The Constitutional Convention of 1829–30 137
VI. Internal Improvements, Negro Slavery, and Nullification, 1829–33 175
VII. Parties in the Whig Period, 1834–50 219
VIII. The Reform Convention of 1850–51 251
IX. Sectionalism in Education and the Church, 1830–61 273
X. History of Political Parties, 1851–61 300
  Bibliography 339
  Index 351